When using the front teeth to eat food or tear something, you can use the word "bite."
Someone bit into the donut.
The first sentence shows how "bite" is used as a noun. The second sentence uses "bite" as a verb in the past tense.
You can also use the word "bite" when describing the activities of animals and insects:
1. A mosquito is going to bite him.
2. He’s going to be bitten. (passive voice)
3. He’s going to get a mosquito bite if he doesn’t do something.
In the first and second sentences "bite" is a verb; in the third sentence "bite" is a noun.
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October 5, 2014